Binsar is a small hilly town in the lap of Himalayas in the Kumaon region. It is known for being the summer capital for of the Chand Kings, who ruled over Kumaon and even for the British who built several estates inside the forests.

One of the estates of this town is a homage to its last known inhabitant, Ms Mary Budden, who made this her home in the 19th century. Called Mary Burden Estate, the property is spread across five acres with only six bedrooms, the estate is safely ensconced inside the mystical oak and rhododendron forests of Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary.

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